Atrial fibrillation affects the well-being of more than 2.5 million Americans. In the latest issue of Your Health, Tim Donahue, MD, chief of cardiology and director of electrophysiology at Durham Regional, shares the facts about this most common form of heart arrhythmia.
- What happens inside the heart during atrial fibrillation?
- Can atrial fibrillation be a serious problem?
- Who is at risk for developing atrial fibrillation, and what can they do to prevent it?
- How do you treat atrial fibrillation?
Find the answers and learn more about atrial fibrillation at durhamregional.org/yourhealth.